Moscow Power Engineering Institute


Moscow Power Engineering Institute
Moscow Power Engineering Institute
Московский энергетический институт (технический университет)
Lefortovo mei.jpg
Motto Energia omnium fundamentum (Энергия — основа всего)
Established 1930
Type Public
Rector Sergey Serebryannikov
Students ca. 20,000
Location Russia Moscow, Russia
Website www.mpei.ru

Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) is one of the largest and leading technical universities in the world in the area of power engineering, electronics and IT. It is located in Moscow, Russia, and was founded in 1930.

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History

Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) was created by uniting several faculties of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University and Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics.

Graduates

Famous people

There was a number of famous researches working in Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) such as:

Faculties

  • Classical applied institute.
  • Institute of automatics and computer science.
  • Institute of energy effectiveness problems.
  • Radio engineering and electronics institute.
  • Thermal and atomic power engineering institute.
  • Institute of technology, economics and enterprise.
  • Electrical engineering institute.
  • Power industry institute.
  • Power mechanical engineering and mechanics institute.
  • Faculty of access courses.
  • Institute of industry education "MPEI-FESTO".
  • Institute of industry safety.

A special high school was founded in 1989 where some of MPEI research assistants teach of 9-11 grade students.

Further reading

  • A book by Prof. Lev Davidovich Belkind, P.P.Elisarov, V.V. Meshkov and others about the first 50 years of activity of the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Russian) (Russian: 50 лет Московского ордена Ленина энергетического института имени В.М. Молотова 1905-1955, Белькинд Л.Д., Елизаров П.П., Мешков В.В. и др., Москва, 1955)

External links

Coordinates: 55°45′17″N 37°42′30″E / 55.75472°N 37.70833°E / 55.75472; 37.70833


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